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Daugherty4inNC

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About Daugherty4inNC

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  • Birthday 04/17/1969

A Few Things About Me

  • Real name
    Donna
  • Ravelry ID
  • Short bio
    I have 2 biological children, one boy and one girl, a son inlove, a daughter in love, 2 grandsons a grandbaby on the way and about 40 or so unofficially adopted children
  • Location
    NC, USA
  • Hobbies
    worshiping the Lord, and crocheting
  • Occupation
    Homemaker
  • Favorite hook type
    Aluminum
  • Favorite projects
    baby items, prayer shawls, anything for charity or gifts
  • Crocheting since...
    learned in 1975 when I was a girl but didn't pick it up again until 2007
  1. Absolutely stunning. One day I am going to do that afghan too. It is on my to do list.
  2. Once again a stunning design. The colors are both Autumn and patriotic in nature. Just lovely. Congratulations Cindy.
  3. [sIZE="3"][/size] does anybody know how to order subscription to the new Love of Crochet Magazine or Inside Crochet Through the new owners? I would like to know for digital or print. Searched this online and really couldn't find a satisfactory answer. And so far I can't find either magazine anywhere where I live.
  4. Purple is my fav color. Only other color I like as much is black. Like it even better when both colors are together. This tote is stunning. I envy the person who receives it.
  5. The letters are part of the pattern. The pattern was graphed out and each place there was a part of the letter or other part of the pattern I did a cluster stitch. So I'm going along doing double crochets and then do a cluster stitch where the design is called for.
  6. I used pound of love in antique white. At the present time it is 5 and 1/2 feet wide by 10 ft long. It will be wider as soon as I finish the single crocheted border with a cross stitched verse and their wedding flowers on it. It is 1 row of double crochet with double crochet clusters for the pattern followed by a row of single crochet. Since I hadn't ever designed something using this particular stitch I didn't realize quite how big it was going to get. It will be big enough for their king size bed with plenty of length and width for both of them to wrap up in. Probably going to use the generic part of the designs and add some things to it, but shorten it and design a whole new afghan for the fun of it for anybody to use. What is Matelasse?
  7. She will definitely use it. Now whether Ty gets to or not is a different story. It will be big enough for their king size bed with plenty of length and width for both of them to wrap up in. Probably going to use the generic part of the designs and add some things to it, but shorten it and design a whole new afghan for the fun of it for anybody to use.
  8. I used pound of love in antique white. At the present time it is 5 and 1/2 feet wide by 10 ft long. It will be wider as soon as I finish the single crocheted border with a cross stitched verse and their wedding flowers on it. It is 1 row of double crochet with double crochet clusters for the pattern followed by a row of single crochet. Since I hadn't ever designed something using this particular stitch I didn't realize quite how big it was going to get.
  9. This is the wedding afghan that my DH and I designed and I created for my friends Ty and Tonya from Wisconsin who got married on 11-11-11
  10. Just saw this post. Maybe you can ask the person who posted it and see if they have a copy of the pattern they would be willing to sell you. Admin Edit: To clarify, you could ask the person if they'd be willing to sell the ORIGINAL (whole magazine or the one pattern torn out of magazine). Selling or giving a COPY of the pattern would be copyright infringement and a violation of our forum guidelines.
  11. Love the idea of doing one of these. I would love to be entered Thank you
  12. Just bought this pattern. Can't wait to have time to get started on it.
  13. here is another site that might have what you are looking for http://www.yesterdazes.com/index.html or here http://www.heirloomcrochet.com/ or http://www.vintage-crochet-patterns.com/ or here http://groups.yahoo.com/group/celtsvintagecrochet/ Maybe someone at one of these sites can help you find it. You can also check with the pattern detectives at Ravelry.
  14. Hoping somebody can help me find some instructions on how the bag was created out of the blanket pattern without having to go through this entire thread. Help here please?
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